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Top Stories: Sikhs In Mourning; 3 U.S. Troops Killed In Afghanistan

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In Wisconsin, Thousands To Pay Homage To Sikh Temple Shooting Victims.

Three U.S. Troops Killed In Latest 'Green On Blue' Attack.

Syrian Rebels Lose Control Of Important Aleppo Neighborhood. (Al-Jazeera)

Troubled Barclays Bank Taps Banking Critic As Its New Non-Executive Chairman (Financial Times)

After Two Year Legal Wait, Tennessee Mosque To Open At Last. (Wall Street Journal)

Group Of American Nuns May Issue Statement Today On Vatican's Demand To Reform. (CBS)

Safety-Ready Nuclear Plant Close To Japan Quake "Undamaged" Compared To Fukushima Plant, Says IAEA. (AP)

Tropical Storm Ernesto Kills Three In Mexico; New Storm Could Reach Caribbean This Weekend. (Reuters)

California Refinery Fire Drives Up Cost Of West Coast Gas Prices. (MarketWatch)

Huge Sinkhole Opens In Louisiana Bayou. (CNN)

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